The exhibition also features a moving and relevant 36’ x 9’ mural, completed by Artist PJ Patten. As PJ explains, “This piece is a memorial piece for all that have lived and died on the streets.” In his mural, PJ honours the stories of local folks in our community. The artist will be on site during the opening to walk visitors through his work.
The interviewer responsible for gathering these stories, Sharon Ennis, will also be in attendance to speak with visitors. Sharon is pleased to be present at the opening “as a voice for those [she] spoke with”.
· This event is open to the public, free, and does not require registration. RSVPs are much appreciated but not required.
· Light refreshments will be provided.
· The museum is accessible by car, bus, and SkyTrain. For more information about Anvil Centre, including parking, please follow this link: https://anvilcentre.com/#about-location
· We aim to be an inclusive and accessible environment for all patrons. If you or a member of your group has an accessibility need, we would be happy to discuss and prepare with you prior to your visit.
We hope you will join us in the museum on the 3rd floor of Anvil Centre Tuesday, February 20 from 6 - 8 pm!